Overview of Tradition
Tradition lies in the city of Salt Lake City in United States. Tradition is not a top-rated place in Salt Lake City.
Generally, tourists prefer visiting top attractions of Salt Lake City like Temple Square, Mormon Tabernacle Choir, Family History Library, Salt Lake Temple and Natural History Museum Of Utah. These are few of the top things to do in Salt Lake City.
Top rated Salt Lake City tours do not include Tradition in their schedule, you can add it to your plan anyway.
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Your 2-day Grand Canyon rafting experience begins in Ogden, UT as you board a flight to Kingman, AZ. On this trip you will experience the Hualapai Indian Culture, rafting on the Colorado river, a helicopter flight from the bottom of the Grand Canyon
Buy three, get two people Free. Turn Salt Lake City into a giant game board with this fun scavenger hunt adventure! This challenge combines the excitement of the Amazing Race with a 3-hour city walking tour. Guided from any smart phone, teams make th
Skip the stress and confusion of finding a taxi upon arrival at the Salt Lake City International Airport (SLC). Instead, book this private airport transfer service and enjoy convenient, reliable, comfortable private transportation from the airpor
Avoid the stress of waiting for taxis or shuttle transfers and instead ensure peace of mind with this convenient private transfer from your hotel to the Salt Lake City International Airport. This airport transportation service operates from you
Visit two Utah treasures in one day on this tour from Salt Lake City. View the Kennecott Copper Mine from a spectacular mountain-top overlook. The world’s largest excavation and open-pit copper mine that’s one of the few man-made cre
Donât miss the world-famous Mormon Tabernacle Choir! In addition to a Salt Lake City sightseeing tour of sites including the State Capital Building, Old Deseret Village and Temple Square, youâll be treated to a breathtaking performance of o
No trip to Utah is complete without a visit to the Great Salt Lake! Discover the mysteries of this one-of-a-kind inland sea. This 2-hour tour covers 50 miles by bus and is filled with entertaining stories and fascinating facts, as well as the opportu
See the sightsÂ aboardÂ a charming, colorful trolley as you travel a 90-minuteÂ loop all around town!Â Sights including Temple Square, Utah State Capitol Building, the historic districts filled with 100-yea
On this sightseeing tour of Salt Lake City, visit popular attractions such as Temple Square, the State Capitol Building, Old Deseret Village, the Mormon Trail, Fort Douglas and sites from the 2002 Winter Olympics. You’ll be treated to a live or
Discover the sights of Salt Lake City on this hop-on hop-off tour. Aboard an open-air bus, sit back, relax and enjoy unobstructed views of top Salt Lake City attractions, and hop off at any of the 17 stops including Temple Square, Fort Douglas, Gover
Your Bryce Canyon adventure begins as you board your flight from Ogden to Bryce Canyon airport. Upon arrival you will travel into the park by van with your personal tour guide. As you enter, you will first visit Fairyland Point. Afterwards, you will
Your 7-hour adventure begins as you board your flight headed to Grand Canyon West Airport. First, youâÂÂll get a birds eye view of the Grand Canyon as you approach the airport. Once you land youâÂÂll be greeted by Hualapai Ind
I went to Tradition with a group of friends on a Tuesday night. The atmosphere was nice (quiet and aesthetically pleasing), the service was very good, and the food was delicious - particularly the fried green tomatoes. The presentation of the food was stunning. Even better than the food, however, were the cocktails. The special, a buttery and boozy dessert drink topped with lavender cream, was fantastic. My friend's green tea cocktail was a work of art featuring a flower on a floating piece of cinnamon bark. I will be going back!
The food was great. Hostess was very attentive and polite. My only complaint would be that it's a little pricey for the amount of food you get but I guess that's the price you pay for everything being made from scratch. I had the steak sandwich and the funeral potatoes and they were both good but the bacon jam on the potatoes was delicious! I was too full to eat pie but I definitely plan in going back to try it.
We walked over for brunch on whim and we were so happy we did. The fried green tomatoes has the most amazing homemade pesto. And the vegetable hash is to die for. Every bite is amazing. They also have local beers. The service is amazing. We can't wait to go back and try the dinner menu.
I have been here twice. I think the first time I ordered wrong and it left me with a negative impression but the second time was fantastic. The first time I had the fried okra and the fish and chips. The batter/breading on both was too thick and didn't bond with the contents leaving them feeling oily and just encased in hard shells. The second time I had the cauliflower and grits and the watercress salad. Both were fantastic, full of flavor and well balanced. It's also worth noting that the cocktails on both trips were incredible, and beautifully presented.
Friendly service and a gorgeous location. But the food was awful and way over priced. The worst southern fried chicken I've ever tasted. And it's hard to make southern fried chicken taste bad! It was smothered in salt and tasted like sugar too, maybe that was from the lumpy grits. Whatever seasoning was in there was awful and there was way too much. The fries are wedges and again are literally caked in salt. At $16 for one single piece of chicken I'd expect the breast. Instead I was served what seemed to be the fryer thigh 😳 They seriously need a new menu and chef. The only reason it's not a one star review is the place looks good.